Paving & Concreting
Oct 17, 2020 8:28 pm
I am currently in the process of getting my driveway done and side paths concreted.
After researching i found out that the side paths need to slope away from the house & steel reinforcement needs to be placed during concreting the side paths.
I am getting them done on monday & wanted to make sure everything is done properly. So could anyone point me in the direction where i could find photos or diagram on how to measure the fall on my side paths ? And if the steel reinforcements are necccesary?
Thanks in advance
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